Vivo X60 Pro Usage Experience. The screen of this device is like most other AMOLED screens. But the uniqueness here is, the Vivo uses Samsung’s latest AMOLED panel with a perforated screen in the middle. The screen is slightly curved on both sides, but not very deep and still fun to watch videos, play the first or read. The screen of this device is quite beautiful, the color is bright, the brightness is bright enough and there is no problem in the scorching sun. But when compared to the Mi 11, the screen panel of this device still has its drawbacks. It’s still not as pretty as premium flagship devices and more to the OLED panels used by premium midrange android.
The included 120Hz refresh rate support makes the usage experience better. Scrolling the screen from any direction is incredibly smooth. Also matched with 240Hz touch rate support that makes no time lag when using the screen. The refresh rate on this device is the usual adaptive type, where it can only switch from 60Hz to 120Hz only. Unlike existing panels LTPO technology can be as low as 1Hz up to 120Hz.
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Software optimizations also help make the experience of using this device more satisfying, such as faster animation transitions and no flaws when scrolling or there are system issues crashing when opening or closing applications.
Speaking of apps, this device is fast enough to handle multiple apps opened simultaneously. This is because the Vivo uses 12GB of regular RAM and an additional 3GB of RAM taken from internal storage. This is a concept as used on Windows computers. At first I thought this was just a mere gimmick, but the crazy smooth performance of this device made me believe in Vivo’s words. Over the course of a few weeks of using this device, the only issue I faced was the device warming up when playing first and using the camera. No time lag issues, system crashes or screen scrolling there is a time lag.